JOB TITLE PARAPROFESSIONAL, INFANTTODDLER SUPERVISED BY Principal by gls12416

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JOB TITLE:                    PARAPROFESSIONAL, INFANT/TODDLER
SUPERVISED BY:                 Principal

DAY-TO-DAY ACTIVITIES COORDINATED BY: Infant/Toddler Team Leader

SUPERVISES: N/A

SUMMARY OF JOB DESCRIPTION: Responsible for providing quality care and instruction to preschool-age
children in a safe and secure environment. Duties include supervising children in the classroom; maintaining a safe and
secure classroom environment; communicating child’s development and activities to parents and inquiring about child’
needs; implementing established curriculum; and assisting with organizing supplies/equipment and classroom, setting-u
and cleaning up after snacks and lunch, preparing projects and conducting fire drills/emergency procedures.
ESSENTIAL JOB ELEMENTS:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of t
knowledge, skill and/or ability required of the position. Accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions
                                                                                                                    Frequency
 1.    Supervise children in the classroom by guiding and directing activities and behavior.                               D
 2.    Assist in implementation of safety at all times by ensuring safe behavior and by monitoring toys, furniture and     D
       equipment for signs of damage and possible danger to students.
 3.    Communicate with parents, including sharing information about child’s day and development and inquiring about       D
       child’s needs and routine.
 4.    Implement and follow-through with curriculum set by Preschool Director.                                             D
 5.    Assist in organizing equipment and supplies.                                                                        D
 6.    Assist with set-up and clean-up of snacks and lunch.                                                                D
 7.    Assist with children with Special Needs                                                                             D
 8.    Assisting with toileting needs if children                                                                          D
 9.    Assist in preparation of projects.                                                                                D/W
 10.   Assist in cleaning and organizing the classroom.                                                                   W
 11.   Assist with fire drills and emergency procedures.                                                                   M
 12.   Obtain and maintain First Aid and CPR certifications/knowledge.                                                     A
 13.   Perform other duties as assigned.                                                                                Ongoin
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 CONTACTS: Toddlers, Teachers, Parents and Staff.

 QUALIFICATIONS:
   • High school diploma or equivalent plus courses in child development and Spanish.
   • Over one year and up to and including two years of experience including two years of experience in childcare and one year of
     experience with the Spanish language.
   • Must be highly qualified under definition of a highly qualified paraprofessional (48 semester hours or takes and passes a
     content area exam.)


 PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS & WORKING CONDITIONS:
 The physical demands, work environment factors and mental functions described below are representative of those that must be met
 by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable
 individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 Analyzing                            Computing                         Instructing                              Talking
 Communicating                        Control of others                 Speaking                                 Near and Far acuity
 Comparing                            Fingering                         Synthesizing                             Negotiating
 Compiling                            Smelling                          Moderate lifting to 50 lb.               Reaching
 Coordinating                         Hearing


 Prepared/Revised Date:        December, 2008

								
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